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Collegiate High School celebrates 2020 graduates with community car parade
Campuses may be closed, but that did not stop the celebration for College of the Mainland’s Class of 2020 Collegiate High School (CHS) graduates. During a socially distant drive-thru car parade held in the college’s parking lot on June 10, families remained in their vehicles as CHS staff and spectators gathered to cheer on graduates riding in vehicles adorned with balloons and personalized messages and well-wishes.
COM graduates 56 high school students with degrees
A total of 88 students – and one dog – graduated from College of the Mainland Collegiate High School this year, and 56 have earned associate degrees by high school graduation.
BP donates $15,000 for COM scholarships
At 17, College of the Mainland Collegiate High School student Emily Andrews, of Bacliff, is on track to earn an associate degree by high school graduation – and a BP scholarship is helping her reach her goal.
Learn how to earn degree and high school diploma
At a meeting for prospective parents and students Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Learning Resource Center Auditorium, attendees will discover how COM Collegiate High School makes it possible to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an associate degree.
Football stars excel in dual credit classes
Playing football together since seventh grade, La Marque High School football players Ashton Holmes, Devyn Billiott, Marcus Mathews, Kristion Redwell, Madison Little, Brenten Jones, Mathew Adams and Aymiel Fleming fight for excellence on the field. They also stand out in the classroom, taking dual credit and Collegiate High School classes at College of the Mainland.
BP donates $15,000 for COM scholarships, equipment
A $15,000 donation from BP will assist College of the Mainland students through upgraded equipment and scholarships.
COM grad at 16 among youngest at UTMB
Ruby Martin, 16, has accomplished much – beginning college at 14, joining the debate team and earning an associate degree from College of the Mainland this spring.
Discover how to earn a degree by high school graduation
High school students and their parents will discover how COM Collegiate High School makes it possible to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an associate degree during a meeting Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the COM Learning Resource Center Auditorium.
A long jump to success: Junior Olympian graduates with associate degree at 18
Nikes crunch on gravel as Asa Garcia’s muscles tighten, ready to spring into action. Rising and sprinting down the track, she leaps three times.
No topic off limits at COM workshops for middle schoolers
“What do I do if someone wants me to do drugs?” Scribbling anonymously on slips of papers, students asked their often unspoken questions during the first-ever leadership conference “Know the Difference, Be the Difference” facilitated by the College of the Mainland Collegiate High School students.
Top CHS grads ready to begin college as juniors
With 67 college credits and almost $20,000 in scholarships, Allison Boyd feels ready for the next step in her education.
COM Collegiate High School students in top 20 at Dickinson
With accomplishments from power lifting to helping the homeless, four College of the Mainland students were named in the top 20 at Dickinson High School, and each honored a “Seed Sower” teacher who impacted their life.
Optimist club names COM students winners of speech competition
Sharing stories of difficulties overcome, two College of the Mainland Collegiate High School students won first place in the Optimist International Oratorical Contest – Galveston.
Tree dedicated in honor of COM student killed in car accident
Remembered by those who knew him as happy, intelligent and outgoing, Blake Ingles died in a car accident Nov. 28, 2007, less than a month before his 17th birthday.
Contest launches CHS student's business
For April Walsch,16, a quick snapshot of red, dew-covered berries taken in a foggy mist with her cell phone launched a photography business.
Jump-start college with Collegiate High School
With college costs rising, high school students and parents are looking for ways to save on higher education.
Sowing seeds for education
Two outstanding Dickinson High School graduates designated College of the Mainland professors Dr. Bernie Smiley and Dr. Tracy Orr as “Seed Sower” teachers, educators who had made the greatest impact on their lives.
BP Donates $15,000 to Collegiate High School at COM
BP has donated $15,000 to benefit students in Collegiate High School at College of the Mainland.